Expert C Programming: Deep C Secrets
SunSoft Press, 1994 - 353 strani
Written for experienced C programmers who want to quickly pick up some of the insights and techniques of experts and master the fine arts of ANSI C, this volume passes on the wisdom of a highly experienced C compiler writer and his colleagues to help programmers reach new heights, and avoid common software pitfalls along the way. Covers topics that many C Programmers find confusing and features one of the best introductions to C++ and the rationale behind it.
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The first distinction we must note is between address y and contents of address y
. This is actually quite a subtle point , because in most programming languages
we use the same symbol to represent both , and the compiler figures out which is
The variable raisin itself will always be at the same address , but its contents can
change to point to many different ints at different times . Each of those different
ints can have different values . The array mango can't move around to different ...
CAR meant “ contents of address part of register ” , and CDR was " contents of
decrement part of register ” . These were brief routines , and the LISP 1.5 manual
( MIT Press , 1962 ) lists them in their entirety . Here's CAR CAR SXA CARX , 4 .
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A very enjoyable read. Not only will you learn aspects of C in great detail (the section on pointers vs. array is excellent), but the author writes in a witty manner I haven't typically found in programming books. (The style reminded me a bit of Programming Perl by Larry Wall.) Celotno mnenje
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